Dundee United defender Garry Kenneth admits he has been given a boost after being linked with a move to Birmingham City.
Reports have claimed that Premier League side Birmingham have shown an interest in the 22-year-old, although manager Alex McLeish has played down talk of a bid.
Blackpool saw an offer rejected by the Terrors in January and Kenneth is happy to have his form recognised by other clubs.
However, with United set to finish at least third in the SPL and preparing for a Scottish Cup final against Ross County, Kenneth is keen to focus on his performances rather than worry about speculation.
Kenneth said: "When you read about clubs being interested in you it gives you a boost. It shows you are playing well.
"Goodie (David Goodwillie), Craig (Conway) and Morgaro (Gomis) have had it as well recently so there is a bit of banter flying around. Darren Dods is usually at the heart of it. People think he's a quiet guy but that's just not the case.
"I'm just concentrating on my football. If something happens fine, if not I've got European football to look forward to."